See also:clergy-man and author, was
See also:born in Plympton, Massachusetts, on the 13th of
See also:August 1821 . He graduated at Yale in 1840 and at the
See also:Andover Theological Seminary in 1844; was pastor of a Congregational
See also:church in Manchester, New Hampshire, in 1844—1849, and of the
See also:Berkeley Street Congregational church, Boston, in 1849—1867; was an editor of the Congregationalist in 1851—1866, of the Congregational Quarterly in 1859—1866, and of the Congregationalist, with which the Recorder was merged, from 1867 until his
See also:death in New
See also:Bedford, Mass., on the 13th of
See also:November 1890 . He was an authority on the
See also:history of
See also:Congregationalism and was lecturer on that subject at the Andover Theological Seminary in 1877—1879 ; he
See also:left his
See also:fine library on the Puritans in
See also:America to Yale University . Among his
See also:works are: Congregationalism, What it is, Whence it is, How it works, Why it is better than any other
See also:Form of Church
See also:Government, and its consequent Demands (1865), The Church Polity of the Puritans the Polity of the New Testament (1870), As to Roger
See also:Williams and His " Banishment" from the Massachusetts Colony (1876), Congregationalism of the Last Three
See also:Hundred Years, as seen in its Literature (1880), his most important
See also:work, A Handbook of Congregationalism (1880), The True
See also:Story of
See also:Smyth, the "Se-Baptist " (1881),
See also:Common Senseas to Woman
See also:Suffrage (1885), and many reprints of
See also:pamphlets bearing on early church history in New England, especially Baptist controversies . His The England and
See also:Holland of the Pilgrims was completed by his son,
See also:Morton Dexter (b . 1846), and published in 19os .
PUBLIUS HERENNIUS DEXIPPUS (c. A.D. 210-273)
TIMOTHY DEXTER (1747—1806)
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